Serbia and Kosovo settle dispute over entry rules

Balkan neighbors Serbia and Kosovo have settled their dispute over entry rules shortly before the end of a new deadline, according to EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs Josep Borrell. “We have a deal,” Borrell reported Saturday on the short message service Twitter, praising what he called a “European solution”. He said Serbia had agreed to allow holders of Kosovo identity documents to enter the country without further documents in the future. In return, Kosovo had dropped its plan to make it more difficult for Serbian citizens to enter the country. However, the dispute over the mutual recognition of license plates remains open, Borrell added.

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